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How large does the database typically get?

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Hey I was wondering how large the database can get on average? I know it might depend on how busy the server is but if I could get an approximate guess for a medium size server with a medium amount of traffic then I'll know if I might put the database on the SSD drive (it's a small drive 56gb with 27gb remaining)

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That should be more than enough for the database. Just make sure to zip your log files and rotate them.

 

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5 hours ago, second_coming said:

Mine are around 5mb

I was hovering around 15mb with 25k player_history rows :D

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Well thats good to know but has anyone tried moving the database to SSD? I'm using XAMPP finding out where the database files are located is kind of mysterious.

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8 hours ago, Emton said:

Well thats good to know but has anyone tried moving the database to SSD? I'm using XAMPP finding out where the database files are located is kind of mysterious.

I don't really suggest using XAMPP.

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41 minutes ago, Storm18 said:

I don't really suggest using XAMPP.

Well how come why not?

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8 minutes ago, Emton said:

Well how come why not?

That I know of XAMPP queries really slow compared to MYSQL, even though they are the same core files.

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